God is doing amazing things at Claremont Christian Academy!
CCA has a proud history with over 40 years as a school. Over the last ten years, we shifted to traditional teaching methods and have undergone major positive changes. We now offer a full K-12 program where we ensure every child attending CCA reaches their highest potential. Our most recent graduates provide the best examples of what the school has to offer. They are pursuing degrees in engineering, computer science, graphic art design, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, pre-med and business at colleges such as the University of New Hampshire, Colorado Christian University, University of Maine, Lancaster Bible College and Bob Jones University. Others have entered the work field full time and several are attending local community college.
CCA is also one of the most affordable private schools in the area. We offer tuition reduction to families in need, and we also have scholarships available as a result of the new NH Tax Credit law that allows businesses to provide donations to private schools. Check out our tuition rates and scholarships, because you might just find that your family can afford a private education for your child!
Claremont Christian Academy is a ministry of Calvary Baptist Church. It is overseen by the Head of School, Colonel Mark Pomeroy, U.S. Army retired and School Board members, Tim Bates, Martha Fredrick, Frank LeBlanc, Chad Perron. Don Strong and Dave VanInwagen. The school’s desire is to serve the church and surrounding community by providing a quality Christian education. Click here to view Calvary Baptist Church’s Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, and a little history about the church itself.
Claremont Christian Academy is able to offer classrooms that have a small student to teacher ratio. The classroom average size is 11:1.
Claremont Christian Academy was founded in 1976 and has undergone many changes over the years in order to continue to offer an excellent Christian education. Over the years we have been able to see our graduates go on to serve God in many different ways including missions, medicine, education, business, and counseling.